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Number of commits found: 22

Mon, 4 Nov 2019
[ 21:21 rene ] Original commit   Revision:516744
516744 archivers/gzip/Makefile
516744 comms/minicom/Makefile
516744 converters/mmencode/Makefile
516744 databases/gdbm/Makefile
516744 deskutils/gcal/Makefile
516744 deskutils/ljclive/Makefile
516744 devel/cppi/Makefile
516744 devel/cscope/Makefile
516744 devel/gindent/Makefile
516744 devel/opencvs/Makefile

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Returns johans's ports to the pool after safekeeping his commit bit.
Sun, 7 Apr 2019
[ 06:00 antoine ] Original commit   Revision:498244
498244 security/netpgp/Makefile
Mark BROKEN on FreeBSD 12 and 13

Reported by:	pkg-fallout
MFH:		2019Q2
Mon, 3 Apr 2017
[ 17:33 jkim ] Original commit   Revision:437668
437668 Mk/Uses/ssl.mk
437668 net/pipsecd/Makefile
437668 net/pipsecd/files/patch-tunip.c
437668 security/netpgp/Makefile
437668 security/py-pow/Makefile
Remove obsolete OpenSSL hacks for IDEA crypto.

We have some hacks in the ports tree to detect or to unconditionally disable
IDEA crypto support.  These hacks existed because OpenSSL in FreeBSD 9.3 and
earlier was shipped without IDEA support by default but we were allowed to
enable it via WITH_IDEA src.conf(5) option.

https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=src.conf&manpath=FreeBSD+9.3-RELEASE

Therefore, we had to implement some hacks to support three different cases,
i.e., a) 9.3 and earlier without IDEA crypto (default), b) 9.3 and earlier
with IDEA crypto (via WITH_IDEA src.conf option), and c) 10.0 and later with
unconditional IDEA support.  Now we can safely remove them because 9.3 and
earlier is no longer supported.

PR:		218233
Exp-Run by:	antoine
Approved by:	antoine (portmgr)
Sun, 11 Sep 2016
[ 03:54 marino ] Original commit   Revision:421784
421784 security/netpgp/Makefile
security/netpgp: Document SSL requirement and support ports SSL libraries

The FreeBSD 10+ check for IDEA was hardcoded against the base library.
While all ports SSL library options likely have idea.h, extending the
check generically enables the port to build correctly on all platforms
when SSL_DEFAULT is set to something other than "base".

Approved by:	SSL blanket
Mon, 7 Jul 2014
[ 19:19 johans ] Original commit   Revision:361122
361122 security/netpgp/Makefile
361122 security/netpgp/distinfo
361122 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
- Update to something recent
- Correct master site
- Adopt port
Sun, 6 Jul 2014
[ 21:22 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:361012
361012 security/netpgp/Makefile
361012 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
Add USES=libtool
Sat, 1 Mar 2014
[ 22:41 marino ] Original commit   Revision:346723
346723 security/netpgp/Makefile
security/netpgp: Fix typo that broke DragonFly (GCC 4.7)

There was an errant "-" in a CFLAGS definition that got interpreted as
in input from stdin during one of the conftests.  This caused netpgp to
fail configuration for months on DragonFly and presumably any modern
GCC.  I'm surprised clang tolerated it.

pointyhat to:	bapt@
Mon, 16 Dec 2013
[ 17:26 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:336648
336648 audio/gogglesmm/Makefile
336648 benchmarks/siege/Makefile
336648 devel/cdk/Makefile
336648 devel/yajl/Makefile
336648 graphics/jbig2dec/Makefile
336648 graphics/libpuzzle/Makefile
336648 graphics/pngrewrite/Makefile
336648 lang/picoc/Makefile
336648 mail/prayer/Makefile
336648 misc/toilet/Makefile

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Drop maintainership
Wed, 11 Dec 2013
[ 07:31 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:336149
336149 security/netpgp/Makefile
336149 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
Support stage
Fix build on 10 and HEAD
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 22:55 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:327769
327769 security/ADMsmb/Makefile
327769 security/ADMsnmp/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-ROAuth/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-digest/Makefile
327769 security/aescrypt/Makefile
327769 security/aespipe/Makefile
327769 security/afterglow/Makefile
327769 security/aide/Makefile
327769 security/aimsniff/Makefile
327769 security/amap/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
security)
Mon, 31 Dec 2012
[ 12:46 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:309732
309732 security/netpgp/Makefile
309732 security/netpgp/pkg-descr
Remove useless LICENSE_FILE
Fri, 30 Nov 2012
[ 10:47 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:308003
308003 security/netpgp/Makefile
Fix compilation with clang on head

Feature safe:	yes
Fri, 3 Aug 2012
[ 15:54 cs ] Original commit 
301960 math/coinmp/Makefile
301960 math/geogebra-i18n/Makefile
301960 math/graphthing/Makefile
301960 math/libtommath/Makefile
301960 math/ngraph/Makefile
301960 math/qhull/Makefile
301960 math/qhull5/Makefile
301960 misc/iso-codes/Makefile
301960 misc/man.el/Makefile
301960 multimedia/linux-xmovie/Makefile

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Fix typos and make small modifications in COMMENT (according to Porter's
Handbook)

Approved by:	portmgr@ (implicit)
Mon, 8 Nov 2010
[ 16:01 bapt ] Original commit 
1.9 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.3 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
Forgot to commit the plist modification

Reported by:    QAT
[ 15:51 bapt ] Original commit 
1.8 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.7 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20101107
Fri, 20 Aug 2010
[ 20:13 bapt ] Original commit 
1.7 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.6 security/netpgp/distinfo
- update to 20100710
- add USE_OPENSSL macros

PR:             ports/149812
Submitted by:   Julien Laffaye <kimelto _at_ gmail.com>
Approved by:    jadawin (co-mentor)
Wed, 28 Jul 2010
[ 17:31 bapt ] Original commit 
1.7 audio/audiotag/Makefile
1.24 audio/gmm/Makefile
1.3 audio/tagutil/Makefile
1.31 benchmarks/siege/Makefile
1.3 devel/fossil/Makefile
1.2 devel/p5-Config-INI/Makefile
1.4 devel/p5-Mixin-Linewise/Makefile
1.15 devel/paexec/Makefile
1.3 devel/yajl/Makefile
1.2 graphics/jbig2dec/Makefile

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Change maintainer address to my new @FreeBSD.org

Approved by:    jadawin@ (co-mentor)
Sat, 5 Jun 2010
[ 20:12 miwi ] Original commit 
1.5 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.5 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20100601

PR:             147433
Submitted by:   Bapt <baptiste.daroussin@gmail.com> (maintainer)
Fri, 2 Apr 2010
[ 18:49 niels ] Original commit 
1.4 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.4 security/netpgp/distinfo
Upgrade to version 20100313

PR:             ports/145191
Submitted by:   Bapt <baptiste.daroussin@gmail.com> (maintainer)
Approved by:    miwi (co-mentor)
Fri, 26 Feb 2010
[ 08:59 miwi ] Original commit 
1.3 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.3 security/netpgp/distinfo
- Update to 20100212

PR:             144210
Submitted by:   Bapt <baptiste.daroussin@gmail.com> (maintainer)
Feature safe:   yes
Mon, 31 Aug 2009
[ 13:30 jadawin ] Original commit 
1.2 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.2 security/netpgp/distinfo
1.2 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
- Update to 4.1.2 20090611

PR:             ports/138395
Submitted by:   Bapt <baptiste.daroussin gmail.com>
Mon, 15 Jun 2009
[ 21:46 miwi ] Original commit 
1.1041 security/Makefile
1.1 security/netpgp/Makefile
1.1 security/netpgp/distinfo
1.1 security/netpgp/pkg-descr
1.1 security/netpgp/pkg-plist
The netpgp command can digitally sign files and verify that the
signatures attached to files were signed by a given user identifier.
netpgp can also encrypt files using the public or private keys of
users and, in the same manner, decrypt files which were encrypted.

The netpgp utility can also be used to generate a new key-pair for a
user.  This key is in two parts, the public key (which can be used by
other people) and a private key.

In addition to these primary uses, the third way of using netpgp is to
maintain keyrings.  Keyrings are collections of public keys belonging
to other users.  By using other means of identification, it is
possible to establish the bona fides of other users.  Once trust has
been established, the public key of the other user will be signed.
The other user's public key can be added to our keyring.  The other
user will add our public key to their keyring.

WWW:    http://www.NetBSD.org/

PR:             ports/134997
Submitted by:   bapt <baptiste.daroussin at gmail.com>

Number of commits found: 22

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